Sean Gullette's predictable if well-meaning feature debut follows a young punk rocker from Tangiers desperate to earn money.
Moises Sepulveda's clunky two-hander gives unimaginative screen treatment to Pablo Paredes' play.
Comedy doesn't get any broader than this insufferably cartoonish, blatantly derivative affair.
Edgar Reitz continues his visionary sweep through history with this black-and-white prequel to his "Heimat" juggernaut.
There are endurance tests, and then there is Wang Bing's nearly four-hour plunge into the daily tedium and long-term despair of life in a mainland Chinese mental hospital.
Abdellah Taia botches his adaptation of his own excellent novel, translated here with a distancing coldness not helped by emotionless perfs.
Tsai Ming-liang's family portrait will be adored by his hardcore devotees and precisely no one else.
Philippe Garrel's slight but watchable comedy-drama has an unexpected emotional warmth.
Kim Ki-duk's latest is a gloriously off-the-charts study in perversity featuring castration, rape and incest.
This expertly edited profile features Bernardo Bertolucci through the decades, capturing the personality along with the career.
Alexandros Avranas' airless but accomplished sophomore feature is another one of the new Greek cinema's nightmare narratives.